Syrian Kurdish city declares independence without violence

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    A northern Syrian city has broken free of Damascus without resorting to violence and the Kurdish National Council has taken over, a Syrian opposition group reported on Thursday.

    After Syrian military forces retreated from Kobani, a predominantly Kurdish city located near the Turkish border, residents stormed the local security headquarters. The local Kurdish authorities raised the Kurdish national flag at municipal buildings.

    The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the Kurdish Popular Defence Committees took over the city of Kobani (also known by the Arabic name Ein al-Arab) without resorting to violence.

    Syrian Kurdish city declares independence without violence
     
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    ekrem will love this :badgrin:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED_9RUBlr-g]650 Western (Syrian) Kurdistan Peshemrgas returning home from KRG 2012 - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    I wish the new Kurdistan LUCK-----but I have a feeling even if syria is helpless against the idea now----TURKEY will not let it happen
     
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    That youtube-video is not the whole video.
    Here's the full video:
    BİNLERCE KÜRT ASKERİ SURİYE'YE BÖYLE GEÇTİ

    You can see Cobra APC's among the group and Cobra-Helicopters flying over them. They're crossing the border from N-Iraq into Syria under guidance of Turkish Army.
    Non-state cannon-fodder who will fight for our interests in Syria. Good boys.
     
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    new autonomous Kurdistan region coming , making great Kurdistan 2 parts free 2 parts occupied

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    Are the Syrian Kurds recieving help from Kurdistan in Iraq? this is interesting because I read the Kurds are not taking part in the rebellion againsty Assad, won't this piss him off?
     
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    yes we are read this

    we dont fight we ask assad to withdraw from kurdish region peacefully and they are doing so , kurdish blood has been split enuff by countries occupying their lands.

    we are not part of the problem but the solution .

    sooner or later turkey has to accept its own kurdish autonomous region
     
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    I hope so, the Kurds are the only people in that region besides Israel with any kind of sense.
     
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    kurds are 40 million , their number on their own land can no longer be overlooked by the west and US. BTW i would like to thank US for sending in Exxon and Chevron to work in Kurdistan autonomous region of iraq , we love you USA :D.

    there are counties with population of 100,000 . we dont want anyones land or country we just want our lands to be ruled and governed by ourselves why is this too much for turks Arabs and Persians to bear ??? why is it ok for them to do it but prohibited for us !!!?? if turkey does not give kurds their basic human rights and autonomy they will be the only dictatorial regime left in the ME.
     
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    Yeah, the Kurds really have gotten a raw deal for many many years. The International Community has ignored their plight. They turned their backs on them. What Turkey and Iraq have done to them, amounts to Genocide. It's good to see them standing up and making some gains. But shame on the International Community for not coming to their aid.
     

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